Mozart therapy: A sonata a day keeps the doctor away

Friday, January 8, 2010 - 00:35 in Psychology & Sociology

Researchers have found that pre-term infants exposed to thirty minutes of Mozart's music in one session, once per day expend less energy -- and therefore need fewer calories to grow rapidly -- than when they are not "listening" to the music.

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